A 2 in 1 collection of Yada Yada Prayer books authored by Neta Jackson....
|Title||:||2-In-1 Yada Yada: Yada Yada Prayer Group, Yada Yada Gets Down|
|Number of Pages||:||816 Pages|
|Status||:||Available For Download|
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2-In-1 Yada Yada: Yada Yada Prayer Group, Yada Yada Gets Down Reviews
The Yada Yada Prayer Group was too simplistic and the main character was narcissistic and unsophisticated. She thinks she’s a good Christian and has no issues—does anyone feel that way? Most people are mired in self-doubt and here we have a woman who thinks she does everything the right way and there’s no room for improvement. I’m interested in following the story to the end—I can’t wait to read about her epiphany. So, I highlighted, “I felt like someone pulled a cord and opened the blinds on my eyes. Why should I care about impressing or fitting in with four hundred and eighty-some women I didn’t even know . . . when I had a chance to be ‘one in the spirit’ with a group of twelve women who had been thrown into my life, even if just for this one weekend?” Good thought, that one. And also, “There was an awkward silence, which Yo-Yo took as an invitation. ‘You guys been talking all night to the Big Guy upstairs about Delores’s boy. Looks like He gave a pretty good answer . . . for starters. But everybody just goin’ to go home? Like this prayer group never happened? Delores might still need you, you know.’ I liked the recovered drug addict and jailbait Yo-Yo the best of all the characters in the book.